If you attend an “LGBT Pride” parade you’re likely to see signs that read:
QUEERS AGAINST ISLAMOPHOBIA!
The stupidity is intriguing, to say the least.
Let’s explore this paradoxical way of thinking with some parallel ideas:
“MICE AGAINST CATPHOBIA!”
“ALCOHOLICS AGAINST ALCOHOLPHOBIA!”
“SALMON AGAINST BEARPHOBIA!”
“DIABETICS AGAINST SUGARPHOBIA!”
“WORMS AGAINST BIRDPHOBIA!”
“FISH AGAINST AIRPHOBIA!”
All of these make about as much sense as QUEERS AGAINST ISLAMOPHOBIA.
I’m a gay man. I’m a Drag Queen. But I am not stupid. Behind the sparkles and make-up, I’m an America-first patriot. As a patriot, I see exactly what’s going on here.
Does Islam tolerate or support gays? The radical LGBT community seems to think so. Recently on the popular reality show “Rupaul’s Drag Race,” Jackie Cox wore a hijab (a red-white-and-blue hijab, no less) to show “solidarity” with the Muslim community. Jeff Goldblum was a judge.
He asked, “Is there something in this religion that is anti-homosexuality and anti-woman? Does that complicate the issue? I’m just raising it and thinking out loud and maybe being stupid.”
Goldblum has since been relentlessly attacked for being “Islamophobic.” For example, New York Magazine’s Vulture ran the headline: JEFF GOLDBLUM MAKES ANTI-ISLAM REMARKS ON RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE.
God forbid anyone question Islam, the great religion of peace. I wonder if they’d run a similar headline if he had criticized Christians?
Let’s note how Goldblum added that he was “maybe being stupid.” He knew he’d get backlash, so he needed to downplay the truth. But the only stupidity in this situation is a DRAG QUEEN wearing a HIJAB.
Let’s take an imaginary quick trip around the world with our gay drag queen in a hijab. We want to be honest and accurate in our opinions of Islam, right? So let’s go directly to the countries where Islam is not just the religion, but the law.
Drag queen in a hijab, welcome to….
Saudi Arabia, where homosexuality and being transgender are widely seen as immoral and indecent activities, and the law punishes acts of homosexuality or cross-dressing with punishments of fines, public whipping, beatings, vigilante attacks, chemical castrations, prison time up to life, capital punishment, and other forms of torture.
Where should we go next? I’ve heard great things about Afghanistan, where
the constitution stipulates that Afghanistan is an Islamic republic, so it is possible for LGBT people in Afghanistan to be charged with violating Shariah law; thus, persons convicted of homosexuality are generally sentenced to prison.
This trip has not been enjoyable so far, has it? So maybe we’ll skip Brunei, Iran, Mauritania, Nigeria, Pakistan, Qatar, Somalia (here’s looking at you, Ilhan Omar!), Sudan, United Arab Emirates, Yemen…and other countries that kill gay drag queens (even if they’re wearing hijabs).
And these are just the countries that openly call for the killing of homosexuals. I don’t have time to mention dozens of other savage countries across the globe that imprison, torture, castrate or (unofficially) kill them. For example, in Iraq, LGBT persons do not have any legal protections against discrimination and are frequently victims of vigilante justice and honor killings. Across the entire African continent, gays are killed and tortured.
Iran deserves an honorable mention here. Many LGBT activists love to tout the fact that Iran has performed more transgender surgeries than any other country except Thailand. But why do they do this? Is it because they’re tolerant and loving? Not quite. It’s because being homosexual is forbidden.
What happens in Iran? Let’s say a gay man is caught kissing another man, which is illegal. So he can face punishment for being gay, or he can chemically and permanently alter his body, losing his biological identity and mutilating his genitalia.
You’ve acted like a woman, so now you must become one, or we’ll put you in prison.
Do you think all of those gay men wanted to be women? Celebrating these forced surgeries in Iran is just another example of the LGBT movement’s lunacy.
Leftists will argue that most Muslims do not support the punishment of gays. Where’s their proof? Are they translating what’s being preached in Mosques across America? Where is the Muslim float in the LGBT pride parade?
Islamists are very good at using politically correct language and legislation to advance their camouflaged goals. The Muslim Brotherhood knows exactly what they’re doing. They see that idiot drag queen in a hijab, and they laugh as they watch him advance their holy cause.
They use puppets like Ilhan Omar, who proclaims that she’s “pro-LGBT.” In reality, she’s merely using the Islamic principle of taqiyya, the Islamic modus operandi of lying to the infidels to advance Islamic world domination.
And just to be precise— if you ever do see a Muslim float in the pride parade, it’s taqiyya.
People like Rupaul and famous mainstream drag queens do not care about the deaths and persecutions of LGBT people across the globe. They could stand up for these people being murdered and tortured, but instead, they directly admonish and promote Islam as something harmless and moderate.
Instead of standing up against these atrocities, they’re engaged in the victimization Olympics fighting about paramount topics such as “preferred pronouns,” “toxic masculinity,” and “man-spreading.”
RuPaul and her Queens have massive platforms that reach millions. They could immediately bring the world’s attention to these travesties. Yet they do nothing. I’m calling you out, all of you. It only takes one of you to speak up.
As far as I’m concerned, in a way, they have blood on their hands for not saying one damn thing in defense of the defenseless LGBT people who are being tortured as we speak. They could save lives.
“The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.”
― Edmund Burke.
“Your silence is consent,”
Recently the LGBT radicals in Utah decided to protest the policies of Brigham Young University, a private Mormon institution. Their school standards state that homosexual activity is not permitted. Basically, one can be gay, but they cannot act on it.
I went to Brigham Young University, and I decided to leave and go to another school because I disagreed with their policies. I never questioned their right to have their systems as they see fit—primarily since they’re funded mainly through tithes from devout Mormon people.
They have the American right to believe as they believe. And I had the right to go to another university.
If we’re honest, the LGBT radicals do not believe in freedom. They don’t think a church or a university that disagrees with homosexuality should even be allowed to exist. They scream for tolerance and diversity, but won’t allow people to practice their faiths.
Except for Muslims. Do you see how this works?
I would like to let the LGBT community of Utah know that the next time they protest BYU, I will happily join them, on one condition:
Immediately after we protest BYU at Temple Square, we will go and protest the Khadeeja Islamic Center in West Valley.
In honor of one of my heroes, Tomi Lahren, I’d like to add some “final thoughts.” On 9-11 Islamic terrorists killed thousands of Americans. Rational people know that “good Muslims” were not responsible for their actions. In fact, whenever one does critique Islam they’re immediately told not to “stereotype” Muslims based on the horrific actions of a few. I just wonder…in America right now…why doesn’t that idea apply to the men and women in blue? 💅🏻
I’m Lady Maga USA and I will not remain silent. I took a big risk in writing this article. As I finished editing, I had a fearful feeling in my gut. I have spoken the “unspeakable.” But I will not let fear determine what I can and cannot say, especially when I speak the truth. Those who slander the great religion of peace are often subject to dangerous threats. I humbly ask you, my reader, to share this article. I know you’ve probably wanted to say a lot of the things I’ve said, but you knew you’d face too much backlash. Let me be your voice. Please share this article now. I’d like to thank Deplorables Magazine for having the courage to publish this content.